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11th January 2004 at 18:05 #26093ajitGuest
Hello sir , I want to know how to config a quntom ,if u have particular meenas of comnades or any book let , so plz post me on my mail arress , i shall be very thankful of u, I want to learn it ,
ajit7th February 2004 at 17:02 #26094RezaGuest
Please check This http://www.techland.co.uk/shared/techdocs/cli419.pdf7th February 2004 at 20:02 #26095voiphelp.netGuest10th February 2004 at 17:11 #26096www.blue-lava.co.ukGuest
I have a number of Quintum configurations on file – if you would like to contact me at: email@example.com I would be happy to send you some examples.
Hope this helps
Mat.12th February 2004 at 01:35 #26097cypherdecodeGuest
We have made some test with our clients, we are getting cause code 16 because the person calling waits 23 seconds for the call to connect. Although when we use openphone to test calls, it just takes 6 seconds.
Cas Signaling Type = loop start rev battery (5)
Any suggestion to speed up the call?12th February 2004 at 12:48 #26098nonameGuest
Take a look in your PSTNtg 1
group, see what value do you have on Answer delay timeout.
That is the time that the Quintum will “listen” for an answer before starting the billing.
This is how it should be on a gateway with no wait:
Cas Signaling Type = loop start fwd disconnect(6)
Cas Orientation = user(0)
Dial Tone Detect = yes(1)
Dial Delay Timeout = 1000
Answer Delay Timeout = 0
Flash-Hook Signaling = no(0)
Supervision = none(0)
Caller Id Detection = no(0)
dtmf-ontime = 100
dtmf-offtime = 100
That means that the quintum will not give you any “grace” period. The soonest that the quintum connects the VOIP side with the PSTN, it will signal back to the billing that the conversation started,regardells of the conversation being detected or not.
In order to avoid billing persons for a busy tone , or short calls that went nowhere, you need to setup the grace on your billing system.
If you use both variables, you are adding the efect.
30 seconds delay on quintum, and 30 seconds grace on billing means that you may loose up to a minute per call.
Give it a try. If you need assitance making few test calls, give a holler.13th February 2004 at 14:10 #26099cypherdecodeGuest
We almost have the same setting, except for:
Cas Signaling Type = loop start rev battery(5)
This is the setting we need for our answer supervision to work properly.
Any other suggestion?6th March 2004 at 18:39 #26100Mezba U AhmedGuest
Hi , I want to know how to config a quntom ,if u have particular comnades or any book plz post me on my mail arress , it will be very help full to me
Thanga7th March 2004 at 15:42 #26101NonameGuest
I have the file with the whole manual, about 250 pages.
All what you need to know to setup a Quintum (Aspirines not incluided).
Send me a e-mail to mike3799@yahoo and I will reply with the manual.
Put Quintum on the subject of the e-mail . Too many viruses and trojans coming via e-mail.
Regards.!!!!14th December 2004 at 12:42 #26102harithGuest
i would like to knew the configration of quintum if u have please send it to me on my e mail
thanx14th December 2004 at 15:47 #26103MikeMGuest
My guess is that the analog line you are connecting to the Tenor is either not really providing correct reverse battery answer supervision or maybe the Tenor is not recognizing it.
You stated that it takes 23 seconds for the call to connect, but do you actually get a call connect from the Tenor after this time or does the user simply hang up? If they hang up, then what I said above is true in that the Tenor is not seeing the reverse battery from the PSTN line to say that the call is connected. Try setting the cassig to loopstart only or loop start forward disconnect, then set the supervision to answer and the answerdelay to 60 and see if that helps.14th December 2004 at 15:49 #26104MikeMGuest
There are many different ways the Tenor can be configured depending on your application requirements and what you are connecting to. As others have mentioned in this thread, you can find some examples on Quintum’s web site (http://www.quintum.com/support/index.shtml)
If you want a specific configuraiton, then you will need to provide more detailed information on what you are trying to do.28th December 2004 at 23:17 #26105MarlanGuest
ave u already solve the issue???
feel free to contact me @ firstname.lastname@example.org